Podcast: Radio's an old medium new again
12 Sep 2017

In the autumn 2017 issue of Index on Censorship, our special report looks at why the rebirth of radio is delivering more news and how that’s very good for freedom of expression.

The podcast includes interviews from several people featured in the magazine, who show how innovations in radio are allowing hard-to-reach populations to receive vital information.  Ida Jooste from Internews talks about how radio helped curtail a cholera epidemic in the Central African Republic, Peter Kettler from Coffee Lifeline discusses radio in Rwanda and Joe Hynek talks about a station in a remote area of Iowa, USA.

Also in the podcast is an interview with Ghassan Ferghiani, a bookseller operating between the UK and Libya.

Print copies of the magazine are available on Amazon, or you can take out a digital subscription via Exact Editions. Copies are also available at the BFI, the Serpentine Gallery, MagCulture, (London), News from Nowhere (Liverpool), Home (Manchester) and on AmazonEach magazine sale helps Index on Censorship continue its fight for free expression worldwide.

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Through a range of in-depth reporting, interviews and illustrations, the autumn 2017 issue of Index on Censorship magazine explores how radio has been reborn and is innovating ways to deliver news in war zones, developing countries and online

With: Ismail Einashe, Peter Bazalgette, Wana Udobang

Front cover for Autumn 2017 Index on Censorship magazine


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